As the Lewis-Clark Valley begins to open back up, Tri-State Family Practice is ready to serve you with our annual FREE Sports Physicals! Health and safety are of the utmost importance, and we are fully committed to ensuring the well-being of your children on and off the field. Tri-State Family Practice will be following strict social distancing guidelines: • All patients and parents must wear a mask before being allowed into the clinic. • Social distancing six feet apart will remain in effect; there will be signs navigating patients where to wait. • Rooms are sanitized between patients and follow the proper cleaning protocols as outlined by the Centers for Diseases Control and Prevention. There is no appointment necessary. Please bring the required physical form from the school your child attends or will be attending. Be sure to have the demographics (name, birthdate, address) completed before you come in. Parents must be present with children under 18 years old.
More Information: 2020 Free Sports Physical
Due to construction, the meal pick up location will be moved to the high school parking lot commons entrance starting Monday the 6th. Thank you for your understanding.
The district office will be open to phone and e-mail only. No in person contact is allowed until officials lift these restrictions. Please stay home and stay safe everyone!
March 12, 2020 –The Asotin School District is continually evaluating information as it becomes available to better inform our decisions about schools closure.
The Public Health Department is not currently recommending that schools proactively close unless they have a confirmed case of COVID-19 in a staff member or student. This is our current plan.
Asotin School District will:
- Restrict travel for students and staff to the west side of the state
- Continue to assess after school activities and travel. Adjustments or cancellations will be in consultation with our local health department and/or the office of the Governor.
- Reduce the number of unnecessary gatherings as determined on a case by case basis
- Restrict gatherings to 250 people or less to follow Governor Inslee’s recommendation
- Frequently wipe down common surfaces
- Monitor students who exhibit symptoms
Remember, the most common preventative measures recommended for students and staff include:
- Stay home when sick and/or running a fever
- Frequently wash hands with soap and water for at least 20 seconds, after use of the bathroom or blowing nose and before eating
- Use an alcohol-based sanitizer with at least 60% alcohol (if soap and water are not available)
- Cover coughs and/or sneezes
The health, safety, and well-being of our students and staff are paramount. We will continue to keep you informed as we move forward, and we appreciate and value your partnership with us.
Asotin-Anatone School District